Moong Dal -1 cup
Saffron- a pinch or two
Dry Fruits (Cashewnuts, raisins, almonds, pista)
Wash and soak the moong dal for 3-4 hours (If soaking in hot water, even 1-2 hours are enough).
Drain and grind it coarsely using very little water. Set aside.
Prepare one-string sugar syrup by using 1 cup sugar and ½ cup water. Keep aside. Soak saffron in hot milk.
Heat ghee in a thick-bottomed pan and add the moong dal paste.
Cook over a low flame with constant stirring, until the dal turns brown.Add sugar syrup and saffron milk
Stir well till they are thoroughly incorporated and the halwa is of dropping consistency.
Top with chopped nuts and serve warm.
Delectable halwa, yet to try at home..yummy!
Wow halwa looks amazing tempting to have that with those nuts yumm.
Hmm..Yummy!I have made once,but not making often coz of its ghee consumption!!
mmmmm looks so yum,...
Delicious halwa..so how u have being my dear?
Yummy halwa.. looks delicious...
This halwa is new to me...looks very tasty :)
I am bookmarking this for Diwali. Let me see whether I can do it:)
Looks wonderful :)
Glad to know you all Like this halwa:) Thank you all for lovely comments:)
My mom always made this on diwali, but as i remember the stirring part was too long n tiersome.., so never thought(read had courage) of making it myself..
but this halwa really tasts yummy..
Halwa looks delicious, you can send this to my FIL-ghee sweets event dear!
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